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Join conservancy for native habitat restoration

ENCINITAS — Cottonwood Creek Conservancy will be having a native habitat restoration event Jan. 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (late arrivals OK).

Meet at the trail entrance near the southeast corner of B Street (extension of Encinitas Boulevard, west of Coast Highway 101) and Third Street, two blocks west of Coast Highway 101.

It’s just up from the pump station on that corner. Parking is on the street or in the big Moonlight Beach parking lot at the top of the hill at Third and C streets. Activities include planting, seeding, weeding, and an interpretive tour. Tools, water, and oranges will be supplied.

For more information contact Brad Roth, Cottonwood Creek Conservancy at (760) 436-2632 or bwmoth@gmail.com and facebook.com/CottonwoodCreekConservancy

 

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